Bort Law exclusively utilizes a collaborative approach to divorce, child custody, support arrangements, prenuptial agreements, and many other family law matters. The goal of collaborative law is to solve problems together, restructure effective relationships for the future, and prevent unnecessary court battles. During face-to-face meetings, the parties and their collaborative team create a dialogue to produce an honest exchange of information and an expression of needs and expectations. Issues are openly discussed, and problem solving is direct and solution-oriented. The parties remain in control of the decisions that are made, rather than leaving the outcome up to a judge.
Serving Montgomery, Delaware and Chester Counties in Pennsylvania, the firm maintains the philosophy that a mindful approach is a highly effective way for people to reach simple, graceful solutions. In contrast to the rigid steps of litigation, mediation and collaborative approaches customize paths for families to transition from working together in one way to working together in another way. The result is an effective and durable agreement without an exhausting and drawn-out court process.
For more than three decades, named firm partner Peter Bort has been recognized in the field as a solution-oriented and level-headed advocate who brings out the best in people. He combines respectful representation and extensive legal knowledge with extraordinary personal commitment, dependability, and trustworthiness. As a result, his clients receive the support, encouragement, and information they need to reach a successful outcome.
Peter’s professional achievements and high ethical standards have earned him a “Distinguished” rating by Martindale-Hubbell Peer Review Ratings. He has a 10/10 rating on Avvo with more than 65 reviews.
For more information about collaborative law and the services offered at Bort Law, visit bortlaw.com.